Listen to this song:
This song is part of the Civil War soundtrack, and composed in the style of 1800s American folk music. Jay Ungar designed it as a lament, which was a style of music prevalent back then. You'll feel your mood change from the haunting start to the more hopeful finish. Enjoy!
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God Be With You Till We Meet Again
Solemn Christian hymn based on the etymology of “good-bye,” which is “God be with ye.”
This is a traditional Irish goodbye song, often sung with friends, similar to Auld Lang Syne (but pre-Auld Lang Syne).
"Of all the money e'er I had,
I spent it in good company.
And all the harm I've ever done,
Alas! it was to none but me.
And all I've done for want of wit
To mem'ry now I can't recall
So fill to me the parting glass
Good night and joy be with you all."